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Sunday, November 22 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Sacrifice, Cravings, and Bloodshed: Does Torah Allow City-Dwellers to Eat Animals?

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What's at stake when we eat animals? How does the Torah envision humans and Jews doing so, and how did the Rabbis translate that vision as their economy shifted from an agricultural one to a commercial one? We will survey key Biblical passages and look closely at Rabbinic texts on the proper attitude and context required by Jewish law for meat consumption, asking along the way what this means today for people who don't interact with farm animals and who live in the reality of a factory farm-dominated meat market.

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Aryeh Bernstein

Staff Educator, Jewish Initiative for Animals
Aryeh Bernstein is a fifth-generation Chicago South Sider with extensive experience in Torah education, especially in progressive Jewish communities. Aryeh works as National Jewish Educator for the Avodah Service Corps, Educational Consultant for the Jewish Council on Urban Affairs... Read More →


Sunday November 22, 2020 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST
Zoom Room E